AKIPRESS.COM - President of Mongolia Khaltmaagiin Battulga has departed from the country to pay a state visit to India at the invitation of his Indian counterpart Ram Nath Kovind, Montsame reported.
During the visit, President Battulga will hold official talks with President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the Republic of India. President Battulga also plans to meet M. Venkaiah Naidu, Vice President and Chairman of the Rajya Sabha, and members of the Government of the Republic of India.
Within the framework of the visit, which is the first by the head of state of Mongolia to India in the last 10 years, bilateral talks will focus on strengthening of the Strategic Partnership between Mongolia and India in political, security, defense, trade, investment, economical, educational, cultural, and humanitarian spheres. Moreover, the sides will exchange views on bilateral cooperation at the international and regional arena.
The President also intends to visit Gaya and Bengaluru cities, as well as historical and cultural sites that are associated with Mongolia and science and information technology centers in India.
Mongolia and India established the diplomatic relations on December 24, 1955 and are now experiencing the Strategic Partnership relations. Mongolia sees India as a main partner in the region and third neighbor.